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Knee injury, hyper sensation on touching, shocking sensation, nerve lock problem. Muscle dystrophy?

Hello sir.i m an eighteen year old boy.i had injured my knee when i was fourteen.since then i have this hypersensation on the left knee whenever it is touched.when anyone touches my left knee or the patellar region to be more specific,a sudden shock or a jerk is felt general physician had told me that it is a nerve lock & the problem will gradually cease with time.but five years have passed & now i m really worried about it & fearingit to b a sympathetic dystrophy.i guess i have injured my cruciate ligament .please suggest me,what to do.thanking u in advance for helpin me out of this worry. :)
Asked On : Fri, 2 Nov 2012
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Hi thanks for the query,

From the symptoms you had described i would advice you to have nerve conduction studies of your lower limb. Depending on the report the treatment is advocated. I dont think there is any cruciate ligament injury.
Answered: Sat, 3 Nov 2012
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